Three hundred years after Henri Arnaud’s death on Sept. 8 in Schoenenberg, Germany, a participatory meeting was held preceded by a worship that can be viewed on the youtube channel of the Deutsche Waldenservereinigung, organizer of the event.

During the meeting, moderated by Dorothea Vinçon, the exhibition curated by Albert de Lange entitled “Glaube und Widerstand,” Faith and Resistance. Several greetings were brought during the event. On the Italian side, Davide Rosso, director of the Waldensian Cultural Center Foundation, highlighted the importance of retracing the memory “but also of doing so by retracing together Italians, French, Swiss and Germans those moments that were of resistance in faith and mutual solidarity in a situation of extreme crisis.”